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QTR: July - Sep'16

parsh Volume-1, Issue-2

From the desk of CEO Editor's Desk Knowledge Sharing Management Story Mera Office Hamara Office Happy Moments Updates @ CR2 Learning Session My Voice Personal Spotlight Entertainment Zone

From the desk of CEO ‘’Time & Tide Wait for None”. Now a new word “Technology” needs to be added to this old proverb & to be read as under: “Technology, Time & Tide Wait for None”. This means that TECHNOLOGY cannot wait for you to accept it. It has been transforming every day, every hour & every minute. If we do not keep ourselves updated with these very changes, we’ll soon become obsolete, irrelevant & outdated. Technology, in recent times, has changed our style of living, speed of thinking, way of looking at things including our life & also doing the things without being in trauma of “Time & Space”. What we saw yesterday is not there today & what we see today will not be there tomorrow. Have a look around & you will find that the TECHNOLOGY has become DISRUPTIVE, which means that it regularly disrupts & displaces established market, leading firms, products and alliances & creates a new market and value network thereby transforming life, business & global economy. Companies like apple, uber, airbnb, flipkart, oyo etc. are excellent examples of such disruptions. BIG became SMALL, then MINIATURES & now MINISCULE. Crawled from KB, walked up to MB and ran very fast to GB & TB and now on PB. Computing from MAIN FRAME (usually occupied a room of space), to MID FRAME & then to MINI & now powerful devices on Laps & in Hands. Intranet to Internet & now on Clouds! Go on & you will find this list unending. Now one cannot think becoming a TECHNOLOGY WIZARD after doing some Post Graduation or Doctorate. He has to be very much on his toes & has to be alert & vigilant to keep a track of innovation, creativity & vision. He needs to think & look beyond the HORIZON!!! This is true not only for individuals like us but also for Software Companies, Business Houses, Educational Institutes etc. &, of course, the ‘NATION”. Now is the time not to see the things happening but making the things happen. You cannot sit at rest……………. Lets make CR2 a major disruptor in the knowledge world. Wish you all the best!!! Regards, Suyash K

Editor’s Desk Dear Readers, First of all on behalf of whole Editorial Team, I would like to thank our readers for giving a warm welcome to the first quarterly issue of “Sparsh”. I am now glad to present before you the second issue of Sparsh. In this issue, we have introduced some new updates @ CR2 along with the Learning Sessions and sharing of experiences of our colleagues. Also similar to the first issue, this issue contains Knowledge Sharing and Management Stories accompanied by Happy Moments @ CR2. I would like to thank the Management for making me a part of “Sparsh – Editorial Team” Suggestions and Feedback are welcome for improvement of Sparsh. Hope you enjoy this issue and be inspired to be a part of it in future. Deepal Mehta Editor - Sparsh

Knowledge Sharing ElasticSearch

ElasticSearch is a fast growing technology built on Lucene. The main scope of ElasticSearch is to be a search engine. It also provides a lot of features that allow you to use it for data storage and data analysis. ElasticSearch has many innovative






natively distributed in a node/cluster. ElasticSearch can be set up on a physical or virtual server depending on RAM, CPU and disk space.

TERMS TO UNDERSTAND: Node • Each instance we install on physical or virtual server is known as a node. • Combination of node creates cluster. • On node startup, the node searches for other cluster members and checks its index and shard status. • Node configuration can be done through elasticsearch.yml • Replication of node can be done using master node and secondary nodes. • If master node dies, a master-eligible node is elected to be the new m